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Tinnitus Treatment Solutions

Speak with one of our tinnitus specialists.

Relief begins with a conversation. Our caring audiologists talk to patients like you every day. We answer questions, explain treatment options, help you determine next best steps, and provide phone or video consultations. We respect the lifestyle, clinical, and budgetary needs of each person. We want to know your story so that we can best determine how to help.

Treatment with HaRT

Habituation Retraining Therapy (HaRT) uses personalized sound therapy as part of a clinician-guided treatment plan. Successful habituation means your tinnitus gradually becomes less frequent and bothersome.

Customized Solutions

Comprehensive tinnitus care requires more than just a device. Every patient is different – our medical histories, brains, and symptoms are unique. A customized treatment plan is preferred.

Why Teleaudiology?

Quick, convenient care is accessible even when you are at home or on the road. When an in-person appointment is warranted we will direct you to a nearby office.

Sound Therapy

Sound therapy involves the use of a sound generating device. It is simple, natural and non-invasive. It is especially effective when combined with appropriate patient education and counseling.

Tinnitus Expertise

Our staff are tinnitus experts. We are partnered with HearUSA, which serves patients nationwide including AARP members through the AARP Hearing Care Program.

How to Stop Tinnitus

Many are told "there is no cure" for ringing ears. However, we believe that tinnitus can almost always be treated. Read here or contact us to discuss treatment options suitable for you.

Tinnitus Expertise

We are the leader in tinnitus care via teleaudiology, and also have the largest affiliated network of on-site care providers (more than 4000) for in person visits when necessary.

Tinnitus (ringing ears) is our sole focus.
  • Our clinical staff has years of experience helping tinnitus patients;
  • Our Habituation Retraining Therapy (HaRT) treatment program is based on proven evidence-based clinical knowledge and is consistent with (and goes beyond) current industry best practices;
  • We support every patient before, during, and after treatment;
  • We treat patients with or without hearing loss;
  • We offer a full range of both prescription and non-prescription sound therapy devices;
  • We are the leader in tinnitus care via teleaudiology, and also have the largest affiliated network of on-site care providers for in person visits when necessary;

Our process is to evaluate your tinnitus and potential hearing loss, and then work together with you to find the best solution to meet your needs. Each patient is different, and each tinnitus case is unique.

We love what we do, and we love seeing patients feel better!

What People Have to Say About Our Tinnitus Treatment

Tinnitus help

After several days of more intense symptoms, I started using the device more regularly (including to help going back to sleep in the middle of the night) and I am very pleased to report that I woke this morning hardly noticing the symptoms at all.

Tinnitus relief

THEY LISTENED TO ME. They all worked together to get me tested, hearing aids and a monthly plan to finance my new ears. The tinnitus treatment is working. I honestly cried the moment Kelly turned my hearing aids on as I didn't realize what I had been missing out on all these years. TTS, thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Take the next step to learn about comprehensive treatment.

We strongly encourage you to try the HaRT program, which includes use of a sound therapy device. All prescription devices can be used free for a limited time. Select “Risk-free trial” button on right. (Non-prescription devices are available for immediate purchase.)

Sound Therapy

We favor a sound therapy based approach in the treatment of tinnitus. Sound therapy is the use of outside sounds to interrupt, interfere with, or mask the annoying tinnitus noise. It can also be used to facilitate relaxation and reduce the stress that often accompanies tinnitus. Sound therapy is natural, and has been proven to be the most effective treatment approach for tinnitus 1, especially when used in combination with appropriate counseling and education. Originally established decades ago, it continues to evolve with the development and periodic introduction of new sounds and tools, and as a better understanding of the mechanism of tinnitus grows. The successful use of sound therapy does require the ability to be able to hear the treatment sounds.

Using a Tinnitus Treatment Device

habitation therapy for tinnitus


HaRT provides long-term relief by correcting hypermonitoring, enabling you to not notice your tinnitus—even when not listening to treatment sounds.
Amplification tinnitus devices


Amplification enables you to hear sounds you might otherwise miss. This reduces the stress associated with struggling to hear and allows fuller participation in life’s events.
masking and relaxation tinnitus devices

Masking and Relaxation

Masking and Relaxation provide short-term relief while using sound therapy by masking your tinnitus perception and allowing you to break the cycle of focusing on your tinnitus and find relaxation.
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Clinical Support

We will guide you through Habituation Retraining Therapy, helping you to understand your condition, how relief occurs, and how to use new skills such as passive listening.

Take the Next Step: Free Tinnitus Consultation

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We believe tinnitus treatment can work for you.

1. Worldwide Research Reports: Focus on the Clinic. Tinnitus Today. 2011 Summer; 36(2):14-17.
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